NATO Commander General Adrian Bradshaw Declares Russia Alleged Meddling in US Election Could Be „Act of War“ Possibly Prompting Military Response


General Sir Adrian Bradshaw says ‘blatant aggression’ could trigger collective defence clause – NATO’s Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe has declared that alleged Russian meddling in the US election could be considered an “act of war” and prompt a military response. “It’s not just the threat of overt military attack, but it’s a raft of other measures, including covert, paramilitary, and non-military activities, some of which will be coordinated by the intelligence arms of Russia,” Bradshaw said in January at a Council on Foreign Relations event. In January, Republican Senator John McCain declared that Russia was a bigger threat to the United States than ISIS, and repeatedly echoed former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s calls for the use of military force against Moscow.


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